low evening fog —
I walk
no dog


14 Responses

  1. Carole Katsantoness Says:

    I thoroughly enoy this website and this contribution moved me.

  2. Andrea Says:

    Interesting ku!

  3. Coach Louise Says:

    This was so intriguing! Thank you!

  4. Rhoda Galgiani Says:

    Quite different for a Haiku, but enjoyable. Maybe you need a cat? You don’t have to walk ’em!

  5. Merrill Ann Gonzales Says:

    Wonderful! Thanks. This is a haiku I could live by.

  6. Garry Eaton Says:

    autumn walk alone
    I find a leash
    in my overcoat pocket

  7. Gosia Zamorska Says:

    Thanks for all comments.

    Well, Rhoda, it’s quite intersting.
    I need a dog to walk (with no-dog), so if I had a cat I could sit by the fire with no cat ;)

  8. Shirley Weese Says:

    I love this haiku, having lost a dog recently, I know what it’s like to go on that first walk, alone.

  9. Scot Siegel Says:

    this works because I still feel the tug from the end of an empty leash

  10. Lois Hudson Says:

    Sadness as he misses his dog.

  11. Gosia Zamorska Says:

    Dear Friends,

    please remember about the second layer of this poem – it’s not only a matter of a dog – it is also the fog, something, what is disturbing, what does not allow us to see things they are. So, I’m not so sure, if the person in the poem is walking alone, or maybe with the dog – the person just tells us how does it look like :)

  12. syllableº17 Says:

    February mists
    high up here on the sheep hills
    faces come and go

  13. Aminanimator Says:

    I was understand: if the fog is low, person’s walk with dog (but dog is under visual coverage of the person:
    somewhere in the fog, that: no dog).
    I’ve a look: realy low fog, that head of walker is up the top of fog’s coat.
    Effect: surely with, but without.

    Gosiu! Czy to takie, proste znaczenie “low” zastosowałaś ?

  14. martin1223 Says:

    strangers in the fog
    fence posts

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